[ngw] SDD dependencies

Lilith Calbridge lilith at dcccd.edu
Tue Apr 6 14:57:08 UTC 2010

Common was the one I was most concerned about.  I don't think it's necessary for the install itself though since I have had standalone installs for CDs that don't seem to need it.  My concern was more about what's required for the old client to recognize the SDD as a valid SDD and what may be necessary for it to know that an update is being offered.  We've had some re-arrangement in network configuration and I'm trying to avoid having to copy the entire SDD since none of the other locations need to install agents, GWIAs or WebAccess.  I can't see any other way to experiment without affecting a live environment however temporarily.

>>> On 4/6/2010 at 3:52 PM, "joea at j4computers.com" <joea at j4computers.com> wrote:

If I where a guessing man, and in this case, I am, I'd say zero on admin an agents, and "maybe" on common.

Quick check, create a new SDD with only what you want, and test a few client updates/installs.  Or, rename the ones you don't want, in the existing SDD and test.

joe a.

>>> On 4/6/2010 at 10:20 AM, "Lilith Calbridge" <lilith at dcccd.edu> wrote:
> Just how dependent, if at all, is the client update on the contents of the 
> base SDD folder and/or the other folders under it?  For the purposes of 
> pushing out the client is there any need for the Admin, Agents, Common, etc. 
> folders?  
> Lil

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